Android :: ExpandableListView Centains A Link Does Not Expand
I have an ExpandableListView contains a link, it does not expand when has a link, and i want the link is clickable.
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A user of my application report me this photo http://binomed-android-project.googlecode.com/issues/attachment?aid=-... As you can see, the indicator of group items is over the text of group item despite the padding of 36...
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